Winnipeg transit is now on spring schedule

Winnipeg transit is now on spring schedule

City authorities recognize and understand the importance of constant transport infrastructure growth and modernization to be able to satisfy the needs of Winnipeg citizens and a workforce visiting our city every day.

Winnipeg Transit has now shifted to its 2019 Spring Schedule.

Transit service is adjusted four times a year to match seasonal changes in ridership. The following routes will operate under the new schedule:

  • 20 Academy
  • 36 Northwest Super Express
  • 42 Plessis Express
  • 46 Transcona Express
  • 47 Transcona
  • 48 McMeans Express
  • 60 Pembina
  • 74 Kenaston
  • 75 Crosstown East
  • 78 Waverley
  • 160 Pembina
  • 161 University Super Express
  • 162 Richmond Express
  • 163 Waverley Heights Express

For route and schedule information, please call 311 or visit a link below:

Mayor Brian Bowman says the city transport system needs a major overhaul. The city’s Executive Policy Committee has voted to install bus driver safety shields in Winnipeg Transit buses in the next year. The cost to purchase shields for all Winnipeg buses is estimated at $3.15 million.

Also, a couple of weeks ago Justin Trudeau, along with Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, announced a federal government partnership with the city on transit infrastructure. Bowman said the funding agreement would see $2.8 million from the city added to $2.5 million from the federal government to make improvements to the Winnipeg Transit vehicle fleet.

Transit bus involved in a crash
bus schedule Winnipeg transit spring schedule
If you notice an error, highlight the text you want and press Ctrl + Enter to report it to the editor